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69hondo

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You guys with enclosed trailers ever add a fuel station? If so where did you get the tank and pump from? I am looking at this kit from mirage trailers but it is quite expensive to ship it from their location to mine. Does anyone know of a place that makes a similar kit in the Socal area. Thanks

 

mjc

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KSH tanks in Havasu may be able to do something like that. They make custom truck in bed tanks and storage boxes.
 

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KSH can add it, I have 75 gallons in my trailer and a pump station, sure makes things easier, that and 100 gallons of water to transfer to the RV if need be.
 

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KSH can add it, I have 75 gallons in my trailer and a pump station, sure makes things easier, that and 100 gallons of water to transfer to the RV if need be.
Did you add the tank up under the frame rails?
 

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Maybe call ultra haulers or santek, if I wasn't lazy and had the keys I'd walk in the backyard and see whats on my FILs enclosed 😁
 

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Call Universal in Riverside. I know someone on Glamis Dunes recently had Universal add an on board fuel system to their trailer.
 

BLOWN HOWARD

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I just had Keven at Universal trailers install a 50 gallon tank and pump on my enclosed. Works perfect he can make any size tank you want
 

Melloyellovector

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Universal did mine, 2 50gl tanks w transfer switch, single pump / nozzle
Used to do 91 in 1 tank and e85 other

Don’t recall cost, I’m always adding shit
 

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The biggest thing to look at is your frame hieght on the trailer. If possible, you want it tucked up there, so no pavement contact or dragging issues. There are lots of tanks available pretty reasonably. All the toy hauler mfg's use the same pump, hose and handle. Wire it up with a twist timer for the pump switch, so you don't accidentally leave the pump going.
 

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Take a look at these sizes and prices.

 

BLOWN HOWARD

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Universal did mine, 2 50gl tanks w transfer switch, single pump / nozzle
Used to do 91 in 1 tank and e85 other

Don’t recall cost, I’m always adding shit
I just paid 2k that was for a 50 gal water tank and pump and 50 gal fuel station with pump
 

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Try to go as big as you can. Bigger = better. Mine is about 45gal and always have to bring extra gas for long trips.

Tommy @ Carson in Beaumont can set you up 951-776-1169.
 

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I had a Universal enclose trailer built years ago with a 40 gallon water tank and hose bib for washing bikes at GP's . They mounted it over the axels . No way it will ever hit anything .
 
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